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Car Hire Pullach

Pullach is a municipality in the district of Munich in Bavaria, that is serviced by the S7 line of the Munich S Bahn, at the Grosshesselohe Isartalbanhof Pullach and Hollriegelskreuth railway stations. Although it is small, Pullach has many attractions in and around town and in the city of Munich. With its many attractions, wide range of venues and restaurants, Pullach is an ideal holiday destination, where you can relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.

Top Attractions Within Pullach

Marienplatz in Munchen, near Pullach, is the heart of the city. In the Middle Ages, the square used to be a market place as well as the place where tournaments and festivities took place. The square is dominated by the New Town Hall, built in a Flemish Gothic style of architecture, the Carillon where the figures perform the cooper's dance, the Fish Fountain and the Old Town Hall, built in Gothic style.

Frauenkirche is perhaps one of the most famous landmarks in Munich, located near Pullach. The red brick church was built in Gothic style in the 15th century. The triple naved cathedral is 358 ft long and 131 ft wide. The two towers reach a height of 325 ft. The monumental building still towers over the city of Munich. It is a landmark that must not be missed should you be in Pullach or Munich.

Englischer Garten is a favourite among locals and tourists. The words English Garden refer to the style of landscaping throughout the park. A rather informal garden that was a popular style in the UK in the mid 18th century. Do not be surprised if you see nude sunbathers in the Garden. The area between the Japanese tea garden and the Greek temple has been a favourite spot for sunbathing in the raw since the 1960s.

Odeonsplatz is a beautiful square in Munich, near Pullach, bordered by the Italienesque Theatre and Hofgarten, a former court garden. The most prominent structure on the plaza is the Field Marshall's hall, a covered hall with three arches, flanked by two Bavarian lions.